Roberto Padilla
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  • Roseville California
  • United States
  • Roseville Ca.
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Roberto Padilla

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Location (City, State) (Province, Country)
Roseville Ca.
A Bit About Me
My commercial real estate business has two sides.

On one hand I have a network of lenders and property owners that allows me to connect buyers with ON and OFF market opportunities with in the city of Roseville California as it relates to distressed and non-distressed commercial real estate property of the following kind.

Office,retail,multifamily,light industrial,hospitality and special use.

The other side of my business connects buyers with a hand full of proven lenders that offer a multitude of loan programs from conventional to private money. Some of my sources offer up to 90% financing for properties such as multifamliy and owner occupied. (Refinance also available)

If you are a buyer or property owner and would like to discuss any of the above options I would be happy to talk on the phone.


Commercial real estate services
Which Best Describes You? (Pick All That Apply)
Commercial Agent, Open Networker

Roberto Padilla's Blog

What commercial lenders and American Idol judges have in common

Fan or not we have all seen scenes from the show American Idol. Instead of aspiring signers we have commercial properties seeking funding. The judges in this case are Conventional , Bridge , and Hard money. 

One judge like Simon is cut throat and to the point he is not here to make friends with you. The other two are open minded but still require you show talent or in this case have a good project a realistic one. 

Just like in the show your deal has to shine and have that… Continue

Posted on February 2, 2011 at 4:05pm

I started the day with a commercial structure fire. Investors and sales agents here is some food for thought

The tones went off around 4:45 this morning. On top of being involved in commercial real estate I am also a full time fireman for the City of Sacramento. The typical multiple companies being toned out signaled it was a structure fire. While in route I could see a column of smoke. Upon arrival I quickly recognized the building located on Folsom Blvd. it was the Bislas sports and bar formally know as the Library.

We had moderate smoke coming form the roof and to my surprise the owner… Continue

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 9:53am

The dirt is turning in Roseville. Could it signal a recovery for commercial real estate.

At the South East corner of Pleasant Grove and Fiddyment in Roseville Ca.the dirt started turning last week. This parcel sits on one of the most busy intersections of what is known as West Park. While commercial real estate is still facing major price adjustments the sign of life could signal what could be a recovery.

The site is sure to lure business looking for lower and or better located retail space. While the economy is still getting battered, overall confidence in very… Continue

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 6:20pm

iphone,blackberry and Droid's. Talk about real estate networking on steroids.

Real estate is a simple game of numbers. The more you connect with the better odds you have of growing your real estate career. Before you would have to go to a mixer and hope to meet a handful of people out of dozens. On top of it all this would only take place a couple times a month. Now by the end of the day you can connect with dozens of useful contacts simply by using the new way of communicating.

I feel safe to say that more people check their facebook more than they do their… Continue

Posted on October 9, 2010 at 9:48pm — 1 Comment

What is a commercial bridge loan? And is it right for you.

A commercial bridge loan is often confused with a hard money or equity loan. A bring loan is designed to gap the time needed to stabilize a commercial property with long term financing or buy some time needed form the property owner.

Bridge lending like most loans out there can be all over the place as it relates to rates and terms but for the most part are much cheaper than hard money or equity loans. The terms very from 6 months to 36 months with rates usually starting somewhere… Continue

Posted on September 19, 2010 at 11:22am

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